Rising Guyanese-American rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer SAINt JHN, the self-proclaimed Ghetto Lenny Kravitz, has shared a lo-fi music video for “Who Do You Blame,” a standout from the artist’s second full-length, Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs. Produced by F a l l e n and himself, the track speaks on the artist’s troubling relationship with love, swooning with lyrics like “You star, I direct it / My heart, I protect it / Cobain when I’m reckless.”
The psychedelically color-graded visual for the track is relatively simple in scope. SAINt JHN can be seen vibing out in a park and a truck gas station parking lot with his balaclava-rocking crew behind him. In speaking on the video he shared via Instagram that “I took an 80mg edible and told him to start recording. I take no responsibility for anything else.”
You can watch the visual for “Who Do You Blame” above.
For more music news, The Strokes have announced a new album.